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    Adult students declaration Heading 2 Please read the below information carefully, selecting agree is equal to signingning the declaration I acknowledge that I shall be responsible for any damage caused by me on the School premises and for any costs related to it. I declare that I am familiar with the terms and conditions of paying School tuition and other payments and reimbursements, and that I shall pay all applicable fees in a timely manner. First name Last name Selecting the below field means you agree to this declaration and that you signed it Agree KAZIMIERZ PUŁASKI POLISH SATURDAY SCHOOL I hereby consent/do not consent to the use of my image in photographs being taken and films being recorded at the Polish Saturday School in Atlanta or at events organized by the School, and possibly also being published on the School’s website, newsletter and documents issued by the School. Choose below if you consent/do not consent to being photographed and filmed Consent Do not consent arrow&v Submit declaration and sign it Clicking on "Submit declaration and sign it" will send it automatically to our mail address

  • OUR PATRON | PolishClubofAtlanta

    Our patron Kazimierz Pułaski Our patron is Kazimierz Pulaski: Polish-born independence fighter, who distinguished himself in battles for the independence of Poland and the United States of America. Kazimierz Pułaski in Poland was born on in the family home of the Pulaski family. The impressive manor house is no longer there, but the closest address is currently Nowy Swiat 53, on the corner Warecka Street. Kazimierz Pułaski March 1754 Pulaski was one of the leaders of the alliance of Polish nobility aimed at fighting for Polish independence and the Catholic church, and against Russia and the new King Stanisław August Poniatowski supported by Russia (Konfederacja Barska, established on 29 February 1768 in Bar, currently in Ukraine). From 1768 to 1772 ​ he was instrumental in forcing the Russian army to withdraw after the battles near Częstochowa. On 16 January 1771 ​ King Stanisław August Poniatowski, who later accused those involved in the ‘Konfederacja Barska’ of attempting to kill him, was kidnapped. On 3 November 1771 ​ , after the Alliance was dissolved, Kazimierz Pułaski left Poland. In 1772 ​ he was accused of being a participant in the attempt to kidnap the King, and in absentia sentenced to death. The sentence was annuled in 1792. On 7 June 1773 Kazimierz Pułaski in America ​ arrived in America and in August he joined George Washington’s army. 23 July 1977 ​ he took part in the first battle against England – near Brandywine river – where he saved the life of General George Washington by securing his withdrawal. On 11 September 1777 ​ he became General in the Continental Army. On 15 September 1777 ​ he fought the battle of Germantown. On 3 October 1777 he received the consent of Congress to establish the Pulaski Cavalry Legion. On 28 March 1778 ​ the Pulaski Cavalry Legion fought against the English army in Charleston, SC. Starting on 8 May 1779 ​ roku wiadomość o śmierci Pułaskiego dotarła do Generała Jerzego Waszyngtona, który stacjonował w Moore House w West Point. W rozkazie z tego dnia napisal on: „na hasło: Pułaski, ma być odzew: Polska”. 17 listopada 1779 ​ Pulaski was hit by a bullet during the battle of Savannah and died two days later. On 9 October 1779

  • CONSENT TO PHOTOGRAPHS | PolishClubofAtlanta

    Consent to photographs and films Heading 2 Please read the below information carefully, selecting agree is equal to signingning the consent, you may also disagree I hereby consent/do not consent to photographs and films of my child/children being taken and recorded at the Polish Saturday School in Atlanta or at events organized by the School, and possibly also published on the School’s website, newsletter and documents published by the School. First name of parent or guardian Last name of parent or guardian Select either agree of disagree below Agree Disagree arrow&v KAZIMIERZ PUŁASKI POLISH SATURDAY SCHOOL Submit consent and sign it Clicking on "Submit dconsent and sign it" will send it automatically to our mail address

  • TEACHERS AND PERSONNEL | PolishClubofAtlanta

    Nauczyciele Polskiej Sobotniej Szkoły w Atlancie Teachers and personnel Natalia Hayn Director of the Polish school of Atlanta Natalia Hayn comes from the Greater Poland region in western Poland. Natalia has been teaching and working with children for twenty years. She is a graduate of the College for Teaching Foreign Languages in Bydgoszcz. She has a bachelor’s degree in English language teaching, and a license to teach ESL. She lives in Marietta, GA. ​ Email the Director: Anna Siemianowicz 3-4 year olds' class Miss Anna was born in Białystok. She has a Masters’ degree in Pre-K Education from the University of Białystok, and a further graduate degree in Early Education from the same University. Before she arrived in Atlanta in 2018, she was a kindergarten teacher in Białystok. Kinga Łapiński 3-4 year olds' class Miss Kinga was born in Muszyna. She graduated from the Education College in Krakow in Special Needs Education. She also has a bachelor’s degree in Early Education from the same College. Her master’s degree was focused on the early support for children’s development. She was a teacher and a therapist in Poland. She wishes to continue to improve her qualifications and develop her professional experience. Agnieszka Biedniak 5-6 year olds' class Miss Agnieszka lives in Georgia with her two daughters: Ewelina and Lilia. She had taught for the Polish School for eight years, she is now back after a short break and very happy to be teaching here again! She is an artist. Cooking, reading and drawing are her passions. Monika Kowal 7-8 year olds' class Miss Monika has been teaching at the Polish School of Atlanta for eight years. She is the happiest when she sees her class making progress in learning Polish language, when they are learning about Polish culture, customs and traditions and having fun along the way. Her hobbies are travel and nature photography. She loves visiting new places, meeting new people and sampling new foods. Magdalena Kwiatkowska 9-10 year olds' class Miss Magda was born in Nowy Sącz. She studied geology at the University of Science and Technology in Krakow, and marketing at a college in Chicago. She is the mom to twin girls: Milena and Liliana. She loves cooking, decorating and music. Her passion is also reading, especially when the good book is accompanied with a good glass of wine. Since her arrival in Atlanta in 2010 she started participating in Polish community events, starting with the Kids Book Club (Bajecznik), and currently her daughters are also students at the Polish School. Working with children brings her lots of joy, and seeing her students succeed in their studies is the best reward! Anna Górczyńska 11-13 year olds' class Miss Anna has been working for the Polish School since 2015. She believes in the power of education, and she is passionate about educating herself and others. She has a Bachelor’s degree in special seeds and early education from the Education College TWP in Lublin. She also has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Middle Grades Education (sciences and math). Miss Anna has also taught English to elementary and middle school children and adults for a number of years. She is currently working towards her Master’s degree in positive psychology at Life University. Dr Sergiusz Khangulian Beginners' adult class Dr Khangulian was born in Tbilisi, Georgia. There for many years he was an adjunct at the State University of Tbilisi in the Department of Literature and Slavic linguistics. He worked with the Polish diaspora in Caucasus for many years. He has been working for the Polish School of Atlanta since 2010. He authored many scholarly publications concerning Adam Mickiewicz, Alexander Pushkin, Edgar Allan Poe, as well as an anthology of Slavic poetry of the twentieth century. Adam Mider Adults' class Mr Adam started working for the Polish School in 2017. He has lived in the U.S. for 18 years. He graduated from the University of Science and Technology in Krakow with a degree in Environmental Protection and Geology. He also studied at the National Louise University in Chicago.

  • SCHOOL EVENTS | PolishClubofAtlanta

    School Events On April 26th the Board Members of the Polish Club and the Director of the Polish Saturday School in Atlanta had an end of the year meeting. Because of the situation we find ourselves in this year, global pandemic and absolute uncertainty of what is next, the unknown of what next school year will bring and so far very few sign ups for next year, the school director and the board members have decided that we are unable to say if the school will open for the year 2020/2021. The final decision will be made in August 2020. We are hoping that schools will open on time, that we will be able to use the Norcross Elementary School classrooms, that we will have enough students and that the financial situation we find ourselves in will allow us to rent those classrooms and to pay our beloved teachers. ​ How to help your school: 1. If you are behind we kindly ask that you pay your balance. 2. Sign up your child or yourself for the next school year. 3. Talk about the school. Maybe you know someone who would like to learn Polish! 4. If you can go to the Polish Club/School web page please donate! ​ Thank you for the fabulous but highly unusual school year! ​ Natalia Hayn, Polish Saturday School director and the Polish Club Board Members (Dorota Sulewski, Paulina Jezierska, Magda Tulibacka and Anita Moleda) Dear Students and Parents,


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We are a non-profit organization focused on education and cultural enrichment. We operate within the metro Atlanta area.

We run the Polish Saturday School for children and adults, where Polish language, Polish history and culture are taught.


7742 Spalding Drive / Suite # 428

Norcross, GA 30092


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